Diagonal cross-bracing stiffens the blade of Loegering’s Trip-Edge Plow designed to fit any standard quick-attach system on compact loaders. Push frames are constructed of 3 x 2-1/2 x 3/8-inch channel and 1/4-inch tubing. Cast-iron blade shoes are tucked up and under the base angle to prevent excess wear and damage. Adjustable trip springs allow the cutting edge to trip when it encounters objects such as drains or manhole covers and the moldboard remains rigid for pushing the heavy snow. Only the cutting edge trips and the snow load remains in tact. Inch-diameter trip-angle pins support the base angle, and high-strength steel reinforces the pivot points.
September 28, 2010